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Jul 22, 2011 7:00am EDT
from. they are dying from things like diarya. those are the sort of things we can do, but it's far more difficult because of the sheer numbers. >> give me an idea of the numbers you're seeing. >> the camps under the control of al sha bad currently have between 40,000 and 48,000 people. some of the camps were set up in march, and now people in march when they went there found 2,000-3,000 people. so you can imagine the numbers that have flooded in there since then. >> what do you mean when it comes to terms of support? >> from the public or people on the ground? >> people on the ground. >> we need the political ability to get into these places. last weekend thanks to al sha bod we did an assessment of what was going on in those two refugee camps. they allowed us to go in and i think it's because of the relationship we managed to build up since being in the country since 1985. not every organization unfortunately has been given that permission as you probably read in recent times. but as a result of having that cooperation, we're able to get in and supply food, medical supplies. when we we
Jul 6, 2011 5:00am EDT
to disease like diarya and in the ward there's a death register and in the last few days you see several children have died here. >> ben brown on the increasingly difficult and dire situation in northern kenya. now we've got the sport, and gosh, how long does it take to prepare a bid to win the olympic games? >> i remember in london, d-day for the -- >> yes. for the 350, fitting for the -- fitting for the olympic cities. one of the fewest cities bidding in the past few years. people not necessarily wanting to hold the event, but germany, you can see last moverbt the captain and wants to manage a world cup-winning site. part of the munich bid. they are attempting to become the first city to host both . >> pyong change is the third up? >> yes. it's one of their favorites, because they missed out in the second round of voting each time. they are the favorites. un, with these votes, we really don't know what's going to happen. it's all secret. >> ok, kathy. thank you very much indeed. >> you're watching "bbc world news." coming up in a moment, well, we're in sudan. president basheer vows to
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